“Orphan Sunday isn’t just a cause. It’s about the blaze Christians create as they see and reflect God’s heart for the fatherless. When we live out what James calls ‘pure religion’ through adoption, foster care and global orphan initiatives, the world sees the Gospel made visible like nothing else.” – Christian Alliance for Orphans President, Jedd Medefind.
This Sunday, November 6th, is Orphan Sunday. Churches throughout America and across the world will unite together to bring awareness to the global orphan crisis.
At SixtyFeet, we not only want people to know about the plight of imprisoned orphans in Uganda (and throughout Africa), but we also want to encourage people to respond to the knowledge they have. We want the body to be the body – the hands and feet of Christ. We want the transforming power of the gospel to bring hope and restoration to otherwise hopeless circumstances.
We pray that you will join us in spreading the word about these precious children and how God is using SixtyFeet and other wonderful ministries to minister to orphans around the world.
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Finally, please pray. Let’s pray that God’s heart for the orphan will also burden His church, and that we would respond to the call.
“So the poor have hope and injustice shuts its mouth.” Job 5:16